She recently revealed that she is pregnant with her first child.
And Lydia Hearst showed off her growing baby bump when she arrived on the set of a new horror movie in Los Angeles on Tuesday morning.
The 36-year-old actress rocked a figure-hugging black jumpsuit as she boarded a boat in San Pedro harbor just days after announcing that a little one is on the way with husband Chris Hardwick.
Rocking along! Lydia Hearst showed off her growing baby bump when she arrived on the set of a new horror movie in Los Angeles on Tuesday morning
Lydia, the great-granddaughter of newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst and daughter of Patty Hearst, looked stunning in the black sleeveless one-piece suit.
She wore a pair of chunky brown leather over-the-knee boots to match her shiny auburn locks.
Hearst traded her comfy tights for a pastel green dress with cap sleeves and an ankle-length hem.
Hard at work: The 36-year-old actress rocked a figure-hugging black jumpsuit as she boarded a boat in San Pedro harbor just days after announcing a little one is on the way with husband Chris Hardwick
Suit Change: Hearst traded her comfy tights for a pastel green dress with pleated cap sleeves and an ankle-length hem
Back home in LA’s Eagle Rock suburb, Lydia was spotted behind the wheel with her comedic partner in the passenger seat.
Chris, 49, wore a classic T-shirt and jeans combination as he hauled heavy furniture boxes to his house.
The couple announced their baby news last week in a statement they shared to JustJared just days after celebrating their fifth wedding anniversary.
Groceries: Back home in LA’s Eagle Rock suburb, Lydia was spotted behind the wheel with her comedic partner in the passenger seat
Dad mode: Chris, 49, wore a classic T-shirt and jeans combo as he hauled heavy furniture boxes to his house
“We’re beyond excited!” the pair gushed for the publication. ‘We’ve wanted a family for a while and are so excited about this!’
According to the couple, their baby will arrive early next year.
On Friday, the lovebirds shared photos on the dance floor of their first dance as husband and wife.
Chris looked lovingly into Lydia’s eyes as she smiled at him in her photo, sharing glimpses of the two tangling foreheads as he danced.
“It’s been five years and yet it feels like yesterday. I love you @hardwick,” she wrote.
Baby on board: Actress Lydia Hearst, 36, and her comedic husband Chris Hardwick, 49, are expecting their first child together, Just Jared reported on Sunday
Over the moon: ‘We are beyond excited!’ the pair gushed for the publication. ‘We’ve wanted a family for a while and are so excited about this!’
Special moment: Friday the lovebirds celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary with photos of their first dance as husband and wife
Lydia originally embarked on a modeling career that began in 2004 before transitioning to film and television acting later in the decade.
Chris is a popular stand-up comedian and podcaster who hosts the Walking Dead aftershow Talking Dead.
He was embroiled in controversy in 2018 after his ex-girlfriend Chloe Dykstra claimed in a Medium post from June of that year that one of her ex-boyfriends had emotionally and sexually abused her.
She didn’t mention Hardwick, but the dates and clues led readers to assume he was the target of her post.
Serious allegations: In 2018, Hardwick’s ex-girlfriend Chloe Dykstra wrote that she had been emotionally and sexually abused by an undisclosed boyfriend, but fans assumed she was referring to Chris based on the dates listed; seen in 2019 in Hollywood
Hardwick denied the allegations in a statement: “Our three-year relationship wasn’t perfect – we weren’t a good match in the end and argued – even yelled at each other – but I loved her and did my best to cheer her up and support her as a partner.” and companion in any way and at no time did I sexually abuse her.’
Hearst also defended her husband on Instagram after the allegations went public.
“This is not a defence, this is a defence,” she wrote. Defense for all women who have been sexually abused, raped, trafficked and tortured; defense of all the people for whom this movement was founded.’
While she wrote that stories about women in the #MeToo movement “need to be told,” she said her husband had done nothing wrong.
“I made the decision to support my husband not out of obligation, but out of necessity to speak the truth about the person I know,” she continued. “Chris is nothing but loving and compassionate and is the only person who has stood by me, never judged me, helped me heal and made me feel whole.”
She concluded: “If I were to defend my husband, I would believe any of these charges. I won’t. Chris Hardwick is a good man.’
Hardwick was later cleared of wrongdoing in investigations started by AMC, which broadcasts Talking Dead and its other talk shows, and Nerdist.
Dykstra chose not to be interviewed for the studies.
Clear: The Talking Dead host was later acquitted in investigations by AMC and his company Nerdist Industries, although Dykstra chose not to participate in the investigations; seen in 2019